Steve Fister, versatile rock guitarist, singer and songwriter, has performed and recorded with many artists such as John Kay & Steppenwolf, Bon Jovi, King Kobra, Quiet Riot, The Pat Travers Band, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Michael Des Barres, Stu Hamm, Jack Casady, Tommy Tutone, Walter Trout and Yngwie Malmstein. Steve also served as musical director and guitarist for Lita Ford on her worldwide tours. He is currently featured in the guitar documetary "Blood Frets and Tears".
Steve has produced 10 solo records including his “Live Bullets” which reached #2 on the European blues charts. His 2017 release, “The Steve Fister Electro Acoustic Band”, was well received and resulted in the trio touring Europe once again to packed houses. The band preformed at the Livehouse in Hollywood for Steve Vai's Jamathon in front of 500,000 online viewers. The trio has played over 300 shows including support tours with Joe Satriani, Walter Trout and Y&T.
His compositions have been featured on HBO, ABC, NBC, VH1, MTV, Showtime, The Howard Stern Show and The History Channel. He is also featured in the video game “Rock Band “.
Steve's current release, “Let It Slide", is now available along with his 2020 European tour dates at STEVEFISTER.COM
Steve is not only a multi-talented performer but is also an excellent, experienced and dedicated guitar teacher. He is currently accepting new students via Skype or Facetime.
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“Guitar ace Steve Fister joins the ranks of today’s rising guitar superstars, and offers undeniable proof of his stature as a masterful solo artist”. (Robert Silverstein in 21st Century Guitar)
Steve Fister's playing is excellent. His vocals are smooth and very bluesy. The Tri-fecta rhythm section of Fierabracci and Brinker are tight as a stamp on an envelope. Tony Sisson Reviewed @ The Dedicated Rocker Society
Steve has been described as "a brilliant guitarist... he not only has soul in his fingers, he has heart in his songs" (Music Connection) and "a talented, versatile guitarist with a love and respect for the instrument's place in several genres."